The head of Internet Australia wants the telecommunications Universal Service Obligation (USO) to be extended to include the right to data access and has called on the Australian Government to change the USO legislation covering broadband services.
The national broadband network has now extended its reach to one of Australia’s most remote territories – Macquarie Island, deep in the Southern Ocean and the base for the Australian Antarctic Division.
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) is concerned about what it says is a lack of information available to consumers about broadband services and issues of performance and slow Internet speeds. The network now wants the Federal Government to fund an independent broadband monitoring program.
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